Glenties Notes on April 28th 2005
SUAS is an education project, which works with slum children in Calcutta. Through this work, 1000 children get into primary education per year. 25 Irish students are going out this Summer, including local girl Eleanor Cape. To support Eleanor’s participation in the project there will be a Coffee Morning on Friday 29 th April in Good Earth, Glenties between 10.00a.m. and 1.30p.m. Please come along and enjoy delicious home baking and support this very worthy cause.
Congratulations to the 32 young people who received the Sacrament of Confirmation from Bishop Philip Boyce in St. Connell’s Church, Glenties on Sunday 24 th April ’05.
Local children will receive their First Holy Communion in St. Connell’s Church, Glenties on Saturday 7 th May at 11.00a.m. Mass and children from Edeninfagh will receive their First Holy Communion in the Church of the Holy Family on Sunday 15 th May.
Best wishes to Brendan Mc Dyre, Glenties who left here last Friday for Dublin on the first leg of his journey to Europe. He flew out to France on Saturday morning and started his 800km ‘Camino De Santiago’ walk from southern France to North East Spain on Sunday morning. Brendan has undertaken this great challenge to raise funds for a much needed gymnasium for Scoil Mhuire so make it worth his effort and give him your support.
The Ard Patrick Jubilee committee will hold their last Pub Quiz this Friday night 29 th April at 9.30p.m. in Molloy’s Bar. Cash Prizes. Please come along and give your support.
A computer course will begin in June (39 hours per week) in Mullanmore School. If interested ring 9551192.
Vacancies exist on the Rural Social Scheme that employs persons to maintain the Club Grounds & Premises at the GAA Park in Glenties. Applicants may apply to Sean Mc Kenna, Secretary, Naomh Conaill GAA at 9551301.
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